Courtney Stodden and Doug Hutchison have reportedly decided to give their marriage another chance and were all over each other during a romantic dinner at Musso & Frank's restaurant in Hollywood on Thursday night (07.11.13).
The 19-year-old blonde model-and-actress, who announced she was legally separating from her husband of almost three years earlier this week, has decided to give her relationship with the 53-year-old 'Green Mile' actor another chance after he took her out for a romantic dinner at Musso & Frank's restaurant in Hollywood on Thursday night (07.11.13).
A source told gossip website RadarOnline.com: ''Courtney and Doug were all over each other at the restaurant, acting like they always did when they were together.
''Doug told people in the restaurant that he and Courtney were back together and working it out.''
The couple made no attempt to hide their reunion and took photos with a number of fans together.
The source said: ''They were hot and heavy in that booth! It's obvious how much Doug wants to be with Courtney, and I'm not sure if it's completely reciprocated...but I think she'll stay with him for the time being because she can't get enough of the attention they get as a couple.''
Their reunion came just one day after they released the following statement: ''After two and a half years of marriage, Courtney and Doug have decided to become legally separated.
''Courtney was married at a young age. Now, at nineteen, she's interested in exploring life as an unmarried single young adult - with the freedom to explore her independence.''
The couple began an online relationship when Courtney enrolled in a class taught by the veteran movie star and previously stated they ''fell in love'' before meeting.
The pair then embarked on relationship and married in May 2011 when Courtney was just 16 years old and Doug was 51, after he received permission from her parents.
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